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Noah Leiva


Cello, Piano


Bachelor of Music, Cello Performance, University of North Texas


Accepting Students

With years of experience as a dedicated music educator, Noah Leiva brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to his role as a cello and piano instructor. Noah has honed his craft through extensive training and performance experience and established himself as a in-demand musician whom other musicians trust and seek to collaborate with.

Noah's journey in music began at a young age, cultivating his skills in classical music with over 10+ years of formal training. His dedication to his craft and curiosity to improvisation led him to pursue a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Studies and Performance from The University of North Texas. During his time there, he immersed himself in jazz studies, expanding his repertoire and understanding of music beyond the classical realm. Throughout his career, Noah has had the privilege of sharing the stage with esteemed artists such as Kurt Elling, The Temptations, Turtle Creek Chorale, and Bryan Carter.

As an educator, Noah believes in a holistic approach to music education, emphasizing the importance of versatility and adaptability in today's ever-changing musical landscape. He incorporates elements of classical training, improvisation, music theory, piano no matter the primary instrument, and aural skills into his teaching methodology, providing students with a comprehensive musical education that extends beyond the confines of any one genre. Noah is committed to nurturing the musical talents of students of all ages and skill levels, having taught elementary school to college-level students throughout his career. His goal is to empower his students with the skills and confidence to explore multiple avenues in music and life, fostering a lifelong love and appreciation for the art form.

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